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  • ODOC takes two facilities off lockdown, reinstates visitation; Most medium-security prisons on normal operations with visitation restored

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Corrections has ended the lockdown at Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center and Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center, restoring visitation at those facilities for this weekend. Additionally, the agency has returned Joseph Harp Correctional Center, Lexington Correctional Center and Oklahoma State Penitentiary’s medium yard fully to normal operations with visitation. The changes announced today return all Oklahoma minimum-security prisons...  Read More...

  • Oklahoma prisons to remain locked down; visitation canceled

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma’s statewide prison lockdown will continue this weekend and beyond, Oklahoma Department of Corrections officials report. All visitation remains canceled until further notice. ODOC enforced the lockdown on Sunday after a series of inmate fights that began the day before at Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center in Vinita. Other fights followed at William S. Key Correctional Center, Dick Conner Correctional Center, North Fork Correctional Center, Mack ...  Read More...

  • ODOC locks down prisons statewide due to inmate fights

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- Correctional facilities across the state are on lockdown tonight in response to several inmate fights at a half dozen prisons over the weekend. Saturday, inmates at Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center in Vinita began fighting. Sunday, fights between inmates occurred at Dick Conner Correctional Center in Hominy, North Fork Correctional Center in Sayre, William S. Key Correctional Center in Fort Supply, Lawton Correctional Facility and Mack Alford Correctional Center in St...  Read More...

  • NOCC walkaway found dead; suicide suspected

    VINITA, Okla. – Overnight, correctional officers at Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center discovered the body of walkaway Ricky Bauders. Officers found Bauders’ body behind an outdoor storage area on the edge of the minimum-security prison’s grounds.   Read More...

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    Update on NOCC walkaway Ricky Bauders

    VINITA, Okla. – Oklahoma Department of Corrections staff and area law enforcement have been searching 24-7 since Ricky Bauders walked away from Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center on Tuesday. Searchers last saw Bauders, 52, near the minimum-security prison for men at around 7:40 a.m. Wednesday.   Read More...

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    ODOC searching for Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center walkaway

    VINITA, Okla. -- An inmate walked away from minimum-security Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center on Tuesday. Facility security staff and Oklahoma Department of Corrections Office of Fugitive Apprehension and Investigations agents were searching for Ricky Bauders. He was last seen running west away from the prison around 6 p.m. Bauders, 52, is described as 5-feet 9-inches tall, weighing about 189 pounds.   Read More...

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